IKEA NHS Discounts & Deals for January 2023

Save with IKEA NHS discounts.IKEA is a Swedish brand based in the Netherlands that is well-known all over the world. It sells ready-to-assemble furniture, home accessories, kitchen appliances and other home furnishings. The brand was founded by Ingvar Kamprad in 1943 when he was 17 years old. Since then IKEA has become the world’s largest furniture retailer. Ingvar Kamprad initially started selling household goods like pens, wallets and picture frames. And he wanted a simple and straightforward way for people to get access to the furniture and home furnishings they want. The first IKEA store was opened in Älmhult, Sweden in 1958 and today, there are 474 IKEA stores across 64 markets Save with IKEA NHS discounts.IKEA is a Swedish brand based in the Netherlands that is well-known ... read more Health Service Discounts
IKEA - NHS Discount

How Do I Use My IKEA Discount

1. To redeem our IKEA NHS voucher, firstly, you need to be a member of Health Service Discounts. If you are not a member, don’t worry - our sign up process is quick and simple.

2. Once you have signed up, simply sign into Health Service Discounts and search for an eVoucher.

3. After you have found the voucher you wish to use, simply click “Get Deal” and you will be directed to our new portal, where you can complete the purchase of the voucher.

4. After you have purchased a voucher, confirmation of your order will be emailed to you.

More About Ikea

Furniture was the first IKEA range and was created in 1952, IKEA’s founder Ingvar Kamprad felt passionate about communicating with customers and so created one of the largest customer clubs in the world. “Silverklubben” in 1952. When IKEA first started out it was shut out and boycotted by many other furniture retailers in Sweden. They felt threatened by the low prices that IKEA was offering and reached out to suppliers to boycott the brand. But Ingvar didn’t let this stop him and instead started looking for collaborations abroad.

  • The head office IKEA UK is in Milton Keynes. The full address is IKEA Limited Witan Gate House 500-600 Witan Gate West Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire MK9 1SH

  • Pets are not permitted within IKEA UK stores and also should not be left unattended in indoor or outdoor spaces.

  • Some IKEA stores allow you to head down for special ‘showroom browsing hours’ which allows you the chance to view everything you want without the crowds in the way. Even though the checkouts aren’t open during this time, you can head down to the self-serve furniture area and pay for your goods before anyone else!

  • IKEA will stop serving food shortly before the store's closing time. But IKEA food is super popular so you may want to get there earlier to avoid disappointment.

    But remember that breakfast stops at 11am and after that, you can grab the famous IKEA meatballs!

  • You can cancel your order if it has not yet been dispatched. You can do this through the IKEA Track and Manage my order section.

    If your order has already been dispatched then you should get in touch with IKEA Customer Support Centre. There is a 14-day cancellation policy for online orders. Make sure you have your order number ready when calling.

  • As a Health Service Discounts member, you can get a 3% discount at IKEA when using IKEA vouchers!

  • Yes IKEA does a click-and-collect service so that you can order online and choose when and where you collect your order. Collection points include an IKEA store, local pick-up point or DPD pick-up point.

    Collection from your IKEA store is free on all orders. Picking up from a DPD pick-up point is £2 (free on orders over £100)

Shopping With IKEA

IKEA Delivery

Parcel to address delivery - £4 onwards If you have smaller orders for accessories and decorations such as hangers, textiles and picture frames then the parcel to address delivery is the best option for you.

  • Small parcel delivery - £4
  • Medium parcel delivery - £15
  • Large parcel delivery - £19
  • These parcels are delivered by DPD from Monday to Sunday.
  • Large delivery options - £40 onwards

If you have larger furniture deliveries such as wardrobes, appliances and beds then the larger delivery option is the one for you. With this service, you can choose a date that is convenient for you. The delivery driver will be in touch with you 1 hour before your delivery will arrive. Prices £40 - Selected day delivery £50 - Express delivery There may be additional delivery options available in-store only - such as same-day delivery.

IKEA Returns Not happy with your order?

The IKEA return policy makes returning your order super easy. You have 365 days to return your order Having your receipt with you makes the process a lot simpler You can return an item to any IKEA store - it doesn’t have to be the one you bought it from. ‘Love it or exchange it’ Mattress Returns This 90-day trial scheme allows you extra time for you and your brand new mattress to get used to each other.

But after the time period, you still find it to be too soft or too firm then IKEA will exchange it for you. IKEA Contact Details There are a few different ways that you can get in touch with IKEA. These include: IKEA Live Chat IKEA has their own live chat feature. It’s called Billie and is available 24 hours a day to help you with anything you need. IKEA Contact Numbers Contact the Customer Support Centre at 0203 645 0000 Opening times: Monday to Saturday - 7am to 8pm Sunday - 7am to 7pm

Cool IKEA facts

IKEA is named after founder Ingvar Kamprad's initials, the farm he grew up on, Elmtaryd, and the nearby village, Agunnaryd.

A famous quote from Ingvar Kamprad includes: “Why are beautiful products only made for a few buyers? It must be possible to offer good design and function at low prices.”

When the first IKEA catalogue came out in 1951 people were so shocked by the low prices that they were sceptical initially about the quality of the products. To combat this, Ingvar converted a local workshop in the nearby village into a showroom. This allowed people the chance to try and look at products before ordering.

IKEA - Hints & Tips

You can get access to a number of different rewards by signing up as an IKEA member. You can get benefits and discounts on selected IKEA products as well as access to home furnishing workshops and tutorials. As a member, you can also get exclusive marketing emails from the head office so that you can get access to all the new products before anyone else.

Did you know that you and the kids enjoy IKEA Santa breakfast at Christmas time? If you have an IKEA family card then you can enjoy this exlusive family event. Have brekkie with the big guy and get an early Christmas present for free!

How Do I Use My IKEA Discount

1. To redeem our IKEA NHS voucher, firstly, you need to be a member of Health Service Discounts. If you are not a member, don’t worry - our sign up process is quick and simple.

2. Once you have signed up, simply sign into Health Service Discounts and search for an eVoucher.

3. After you have found the voucher you wish to use, simply click “Get Deal” and you will be directed to our new portal, where you can complete the purchase of the voucher.

4. After you have purchased a voucher, confirmation of your order will be emailed to you.

More About Ikea

Furniture was the first IKEA range and was created in 1952, IKEA’s founder Ingvar Kamprad felt passionate about communicating with customers and so created one of the largest customer clubs in the world. “Silverklubben” in 1952. When IKEA first started out it was shut out and boycotted by many other furniture retailers in Sweden. They felt threatened by the low prices that IKEA was offering and reached out to suppliers to boycott the brand. But Ingvar didn’t let this stop him and instead started looking for collaborations abroad.

  • The head office IKEA UK is in Milton Keynes. The full address is IKEA Limited Witan Gate House 500-600 Witan Gate West Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire MK9 1SH

  • Pets are not permitted within IKEA UK stores and also should not be left unattended in indoor or outdoor spaces.

  • Some IKEA stores allow you to head down for special ‘showroom browsing hours’ which allows you the chance to view everything you want without the crowds in the way. Even though the checkouts aren’t open during this time, you can head down to the self-serve furniture area and pay for your goods before anyone else!

  • IKEA will stop serving food shortly before the store's closing time. But IKEA food is super popular so you may want to get there earlier to avoid disappointment.

    But remember that breakfast stops at 11am and after that, you can grab the famous IKEA meatballs!

  • You can cancel your order if it has not yet been dispatched. You can do this through the IKEA Track and Manage my order section.

    If your order has already been dispatched then you should get in touch with IKEA Customer Support Centre. There is a 14-day cancellation policy for online orders. Make sure you have your order number ready when calling.

  • As a Health Service Discounts member, you can get a 3% discount at IKEA when using IKEA vouchers!

  • Yes IKEA does a click-and-collect service so that you can order online and choose when and where you collect your order. Collection points include an IKEA store, local pick-up point or DPD pick-up point.

    Collection from your IKEA store is free on all orders. Picking up from a DPD pick-up point is £2 (free on orders over £100)

Shopping With IKEA

IKEA Delivery

Parcel to address delivery - £4 onwards If you have smaller orders for accessories and decorations such as hangers, textiles and picture frames then the parcel to address delivery is the best option for you.

  • Small parcel delivery - £4
  • Medium parcel delivery - £15
  • Large parcel delivery - £19
  • These parcels are delivered by DPD from Monday to Sunday.
  • Large delivery options - £40 onwards

If you have larger furniture deliveries such as wardrobes, appliances and beds then the larger delivery option is the one for you. With this service, you can choose a date that is convenient for you. The delivery driver will be in touch with you 1 hour before your delivery will arrive. Prices £40 - Selected day delivery £50 - Express delivery There may be additional delivery options available in-store only - such as same-day delivery.

IKEA Returns Not happy with your order?

The IKEA return policy makes returning your order super easy. You have 365 days to return your order Having your receipt with you makes the process a lot simpler You can return an item to any IKEA store - it doesn’t have to be the one you bought it from. ‘Love it or exchange it’ Mattress Returns This 90-day trial scheme allows you extra time for you and your brand new mattress to get used to each other.

But after the time period, you still find it to be too soft or too firm then IKEA will exchange it for you. IKEA Contact Details There are a few different ways that you can get in touch with IKEA. These include: IKEA Live Chat IKEA has their own live chat feature. It’s called Billie and is available 24 hours a day to help you with anything you need. IKEA Contact Numbers Contact the Customer Support Centre at 0203 645 0000 Opening times: Monday to Saturday - 7am to 8pm Sunday - 7am to 7pm

Cool IKEA facts

IKEA is named after founder Ingvar Kamprad's initials, the farm he grew up on, Elmtaryd, and the nearby village, Agunnaryd.

A famous quote from Ingvar Kamprad includes: “Why are beautiful products only made for a few buyers? It must be possible to offer good design and function at low prices.”

When the first IKEA catalogue came out in 1951 people were so shocked by the low prices that they were sceptical initially about the quality of the products. To combat this, Ingvar converted a local workshop in the nearby village into a showroom. This allowed people the chance to try and look at products before ordering.

IKEA - Hints & Tips

You can get access to a number of different rewards by signing up as an IKEA member. You can get benefits and discounts on selected IKEA products as well as access to home furnishing workshops and tutorials. As a member, you can also get exclusive marketing emails from the head office so that you can get access to all the new products before anyone else.

Did you know that you and the kids enjoy IKEA Santa breakfast at Christmas time? If you have an IKEA family card then you can enjoy this exlusive family event. Have brekkie with the big guy and get an early Christmas present for free!